Definition of Containers. Meaning of Containers. Synonyms of Containers

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Definition of Containers

Container
Container Con*tain"er, n. One who, or that which, contains.

Meaning of Containers from wikipedia

- Shipping containers, including: Corrugated boxes, made of corrugated fiberboard Intermodal containers, a.k.a. ship container or cargo container Twenty-foot...
- freight containersSpecification and testing [1] "Standard Shipping Containers". Container container. Retrieved 18 May 2009. Pallet wide containers –...
- freight transport using intermodal containers (also called shipping containers and ISO containers). The containers have standardized dimensions. They...
- A container ship (also called boxship or spelled containership) is a cargo ship that carries all of its load in truck-size intermodal containers, in a...
- Specialized shipping containers include: high cube containers (providing an extra 1 ft (305 mm) in height to standard shipping containers), pallet wides, open...
- Linux Containers (LXC) is an operating-system-level virtualization method for running multiple isolated Linux systems (containers) on a control host using...
- transport as part of international trade. This is a list of the 30 largest container shipping companies according to Alphaliner as of 01 May 2021, ranked in...
- The following containers are defined in the current revision of the C++ standard: set, map, multiset, multimap. Each of these containers differ only on...
- the company. Over 40 years, Sherwood expanded Sea Containers from a supplier of leased cargo containers, into various shipping companies, as well as expanding...
- Some of the earliest containers were those used for shipping coal on the Bridgewater Canal in England in the 1780s. Coal containers (called "loose boxes"...